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Department
Global Development Studies
Course
DEVS 100
Professor
Richard Day
Semester
Winter

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DEVS Week 13 1/9/2013 8:41:00 AM Marx on Ideology Critique  “All science would be superfluous if the outward appearance and the essence of things coincided”  Ideology presents a „false‟ picture…of the „truth‟…which only „science‟ can unmask Foucault on Discourse Analysis  Discursive Regime (discourse) o Linked systems of subjects, objects, signifiers, and patterns of regularity o Relations of power are ubiquitous (help, hinder, ignore) o Out of these systems, truths emerge (they are not hidden) o There are many of them (not just one) o There is always resistance and contestation o Therefore no one can claim to know „the truth‟ as such Nietzsche on Perspectivism  Come to know your own values in the world o That will employ a variety of perspectives and affective interpretations in the service of knowledge One can critically reflect upon…  One‟s own values, history, affects, an (cs/ucs) paradigms  The values, history, affects, and paradigms of other interpreters  Evidence of objects Foucault on Genealogical Analysis (How Discourses Change) Analysis and Social Change (in the „Global North‟ today) Mode of analysis Associated mode of change Official Apathy Reform Oppositional Resistance Revolution Outsider Creation of alternatives More common (highest to lowest) More radical (lowest to highest) Collins on Intersectional Analysis  De-centerin
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